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Obama talks with Hispanic voters in Internet roundtable (Live Video)

President Obama takes questions from Hispanic voters at an Internet rountable Wednesday morning at 11:25 a.m.

The key voting bloc swung heavily for Obama in the 2008 election, but, like other critical Democratic constituencies, has expressed frustration with the president as of late.

Questions will come from readers of Yahoo!, MSN Latino and AOL Latino/Huffington Post Latino Voices.

Watch live video of the roundtable below.

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Rachel Van Dongen is the editor of PowerPost, a Washington Post vertical on all things Washington. She oversees a team of reporters who cover the ins-and-outs of Congress, the White House, K Street and the executive branch, and helps James Hohmann put out The Daily 202 newsletter every morning by 7 a.m.


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